Skoda Superb News
Car News That Mattered This Week (Jan2-7): New Launches and Price Hikes, Updates On Upcoming Cars, Spyshots And More
Several carmakers have announced price hikes this week, while we also got updates on upcoming cars at the Auto Expo 2023.
Both the sedans won’t be updated to the upcoming Phase II of BS6 emission norms, which are set to kick in from April 2023
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The high price tag of the well-equipped Octavia places it closer to premium SUVs than to executive sedans. We find out how close it really is.
The sedan now supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
With the 2021 model year update, the Superb is set to receive new features, including a 360-degree camera and a wireless charger.
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All Skoda models to get dearer by up to 2.5 percent
These can be availed by both new and existing customers
How efficient is this full-size family sedan in real-world conditions? We find out
Would you pick a petrol-hybrid or a conventional sedan from the lot?
The Superb facelift brings with it increased power, additional features and tweaked styling
Skoda’s initial plans of launching these cars after the 2020 Auto Expo were shelved when the coronavirus lockdown happened
You can book the facelifted Superb for a token amount of Rs 50,000
Skoda is offering select models at discounted prices before the BS6 norms come into play
Skoda has adopted a wait and watch policy for the Superb’s diesel engine, and will bring it back if there is enough demand for it. For now, it will be a petrol-only model
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